Cryptocurrencies have traditionally had a sort of underground, anti-establishment feel about them, proclaiming an anarchist mission to create a means of exchange outside government authority. But those days appear to be long over as the wealthy increasingly dip their toes into this emerging asset class. With a more affluent clientele comes demand for more personalised service in stark contrast to the impersonal, “do-it-yourself” culture of online crypto-exchanges. 

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